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Chopin: Nocturne Op. 27 No. 2 in D-flat Major

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Frédéric Chopin - Nocturnes :
Nocturne, Op. 27 No. 2
Nocturne Op. 27 No. 2  in D-flat Major by Chopin piano sheet music
Key: D-flat Major Published: 1836
Level: 8 Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (126 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1104 kB)


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xx Op. 27 No. 1 or No. 2?
January 18, 2006, 04:48:01 PM by sissco

I want to play Op. 27 from chopin but wich one is the easiest?

Thx, Jordy


xx Schubert 90 no.3 or Chopin 27 no.2
December 06, 2006, 03:57:58 AM by wzm

Between these two, which should I learn first?  I want to expand my rep.  By now I've learned too many easily recognizable pieces and want to learn something different.  Although these pieces are well known among pianists, I like the fact that they're obscure enough that the general population hasn't heard them, or if they had, wouldn't make the connection with my playing.  I've sort of been going that direction lately.  Recently I've completed Bach's b flat minor prelude,  Chopin op.28 no.3, and you know I had to learn that Gluck/Sgambatti.

So which way? Chopin or Schubert?


xx Voiceleading in Chopin Nocturnes
January 26, 2007, 04:00:30 AM by steve jones


Hey all,
Im looking at Chopin Noct 27-2, and Im trying to work out how best to interpret the presentation of harmony.

First up I looked at it like a simple melody with a broken accompaniment. Simple enough right? I rewrote the first few bars as a waltz, and it worked just fine.

But then I began to look at it more like a four part counterpoint! I set it out in four part open score and it seemed to make so much sense.

My question is, how is this kind of music typically analysed? Is it thought of a simple homophonic arrangement, or rather a four part polyphony?

I prefer the later, personally. Especially when you look at another example - Chopin Noct 72-1, where the upper voices of the accompaniment act like a pedal! I do have illustrative examples in score, but theyre on another computer unfortunately and I dont have them. Will get them posted when I can.

What do you guys reckon?

SJ





xx Chopin Nocturne in D-flat op 27 - 2.
February 15, 2007, 09:43:45 AM by bmcbj

Hi,

I recorded this glorious Nocturne on my Roland digital piano.
I've been playing 2.5 years and am self taught. This is one of the most beautiful pieces of music I have heard - I hope I did it the justice it deserves. Any comments and feedback would be very much appreciated!

Thanks!


xx Chopin Nocturne Op 27 no 2
November 17, 2007, 10:09:58 PM by thalberg

This is, again, from a performance about 5 years ago.  Same Steinway D at my school.  Had an ear infection that night--got dizzy at the end--but other than that all should be okay.  Smiley


xx Learning Chopin Db op 27 #2 Nocturne - advice please !!
June 05, 2008, 11:01:39 AM by dora96

Hi teachers,

I am learning Chopin Nocturne op27 No.2. I am so far up first two pages. I am sort of learning notes, the position of the keys and get coordination with 3 with 2 notes. It is very raw at the moment. Is there any advice and suggestion you can give me? Techniques and interpretation you can advise me? Is there any particular I should be aware of ? Anything if you know please help and I am very grateful thanks


xx Nocturne in Db, Chopin
June 10, 2008, 08:08:01 PM by matterintospirit

a work in progress---


xx Chopin Nocturne Op.27,No.2
March 26, 2009, 07:01:17 AM by yw1935




xx Chopin Nocturne Op.27,No.2
June 02, 2009, 03:08:44 AM by yw1935




xx Chopin Nocturne Op. 27 No. 2
June 18, 2009, 02:15:37 AM by iroveashe

I'm trying to learn this piece in depth, can anyone help with an analysis of the score, historical background (what was Chopin going through the time he wrote it? Why is it dedicated to la Comtesse d' Appony?), recommended interpretations (I listened to 19 so far, my favorites are Ashkenazy, Dinu Lipati and Moriz Rosenthal) or any opinions or useful information?

I also have a specific question concerning fingerings of the right hand for the last passage. It's 6ths going up in the Db scale, starting from Ab-F. So it's:

F    Gb   Ab   Bb   C   Db   Eb   F
Ab  Bb    C    Db   Eb  F    Gb   Ab (and goes up another octave and finishes in Ab-F)

The fingering from my score is:

3  4  5  4  5  3  5     3  4  5  4  5  3  4     5
1  1  2  1  2  1  2     1  1  2  1  2  1  1     2

Which I find extremely awkward, specially the 1-3, 2-5 part between the F-Db and Gb-Eb and because the last bit changes fingering but not notes the second octave.

So I check online the Paderewski edition, which I heard is one of the best for Chopin, in says:

4  5  3  4  5  4  5     4  5  3  4  5  3  4    5
1  2  1  1  2  1  2     1  2  1  1  2  1  1    2

More comfortable, but it doesn't suit my hand (at least right away). So I decide to try my own and I come up with this:

5  3  4  5  4  3  4    5  3  4  5  4  3  4    5
2  1  1  2  1  1  1    2  1  1  2  1  1  1    2

Which I find comfortable because of how the fingers 3, 4 and 5 fall into the black keys. But today I show this to my teacher and she says she's not convinced about starting with 2-5, so after struggling with it for about 5 minutes, she suggests:

3  4  3  4  5  3  4    3  4  3  4  5  3  4     5
1  1  1  1  1  1  1    1  1  1  1  1  1  1     1

I know fingerings are a very personal subject, but I have 4 different ones and I want to hear more opinions.

And for the most difficult part... any tips on how to coordinate 6 against 7? Since this is the ending of the piece it's played mostly very rubato, and some pianists make the last note of the left hand of this particular bar (which is doing 6 notes per beat) fall together with the last of the right hand (which is playing 7 notes), I don't want to do it mathematically correct but I'd like to be able to do it 'properly'.


xx question on chopin op27 no.2
January 07, 2010, 11:11:19 AM by sirpazhan

hello, Ive just picked up this piece,, top of the 2nd page,, what does the red bracket mean, reason I ask is because I feel like it doesn't sound right when I play,,, not too familiar with the notation... am i missing something? thanks,,,




question help! Chopin Nocturne op.27 no.2
September 02, 2010, 10:44:39 AM by theonlyone

Hi everyone. I have started to study a new nocturne. I really like Chopin's pieces. But I have some problems with grace notes. Huh Can someone else explain to me the eighth bar in that song. I know how to play grace notes but in that part there are 5 grace notes. Grin There's no enough time to finish that bar. Do I have to play the grace notes with using left hand's time:-\ I tried to add that bar but the program doesn't allow Sad


xx Chopin nocturne, bach WTC prelude and fugue and others
October 24, 2010, 12:20:46 PM by etudebasher

heya everyone, im new here so i thought it would be nice to post some recordings of myself

Here is one i did today:
Chopin Op.27 No.2


 Past competition
Bach Prelude and Fugue B flat major
Chopin Etude Op.25 No.12
Vianna da Motta Op.9 No.2 Canção d'amor

opinions?


EDIT: I just read the rules and i have to attachthem as mp3. I will put them back up when i get them as mp3


xx Chopin - Nocturne #8, op27, 2
November 03, 2010, 09:37:41 PM by stefanelya

This is one of my favorite nocturnes. Hope the sound quality is all right. Thank you.


xx Chopin Nocturne Db Major op.27 no.2
November 23, 2010, 12:46:43 PM by sjskb

Hello! Here is my concert performance of my favourite nocturne. Hope you guys enjoy it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbmkJQjsgqw

warm regards,
sjskb


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